March 16, 1988
Vol. 07, Issue 25
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PAGE 32 - Commentary
During the past decade, educational partnerships have emerged as a promising response to the widespread demand that high-school graduates be better prepared for college, employment, and citizenship. In a welcome move away from fingerpointing, schools, businesses, and colleges have been collaborating to address problems of education.
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